Mitchel Musso Net Worth

February 13, 2023
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Mitchel Tate Musso was born on 9 July 1991, in Garland, Texas USA, of English and Italian ancestry. He is a singer, actor, and musician, probably best known for being part of the Disney Channel shows “Hannah Montana” and “Phineas and Ferb”. He was also part of Disney XD’s “Pair of Kings”, and all of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Mitchel Musso? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $4 million, mostly earned from his career as an actor. He’s done hosting work and has voiced for animated films such as “Monster House”. He has also released music through Walt Disney Records, and as he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.

Mitchel Musso Net Worth $4 million

Musso’s parents were involved in a local community theatre, and it would influence him and his siblings to pursue careers in entertainment. He made his film debut in “Secondhand Lions” in which he starred alongside his brother, but prior to this, he had already appeared in several independent films. He then voiced three episodes of ‘King of the Hill” as Bobby Hill’s friend Curt. Later on, he would be known for his role of Oliver Oken in “Hannah Montana”, which led to voice work in “Phineas and Ferb” as the character Jeremy Johnson.

Mitchell continued to work several Disney projects, including the movie “Life is Ruff” and “Monster House”. He also reprised his role in “Hannah Montana: The Movie” during 2009, before starring in the television film “Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire” alongside Chuck Norris and Selena Gomez. He appeared in the “Spotlight Awards”, and presented awards to winners during the 2007 and 2008 theatrical year. Mitchel can also be seen in Metro Station’s music video “Seventeen Forever” which also has appearances from both Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus. His net worth was already benefiting from several sources.

In 2009, Musso was cast to be part of “The Suite Life on Deck”, and “Pair of Kings” which started production after “Hannah Montana”, and premiered in September 2010. The following year, he became the host of the reality series “PrankStars”. During the third season of “Pair of Kings”, Musso did not reprise his role and his character was replaced by Adam Hicks.

Aside from acting, Mitchel has also shown singing prowess as seen in the film “Snow Buddies”, in which he did a cover of the song “Lean On Me”. He also had performances with “Hannah Montana” co-star Emily Osment, and has a few songs featured in various Disney albums. He continues to be involved in music-related work for Disney, often becoming part of the soundtracks of films, such as “Princess Protection Program”. He also sang on “Pair of Kings”, and afterwards released a self-titled debut album in 2009. He would continue this by opening for Metro Station, and after a year he would do a free concert at the Great New York State Fair’s Chevy Court. He went on to do more free concerts, and then released “Brainstorm” in 2010.

For his personal life, any relationships have so far been kept under wraps. It is known that Musso has had a few problems with the law, notably being charged for DUI – he was eventually released after paying fines, and later apologized for his acts.

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